Art Beyond Sight Tours are free tours that make works of visual art accessible to visitors who are blind or have low vision.
Contemporary artist Jeffrey Gibson merges modern art and Indigenous practices in Jeffrey Gibson: Like A Hammer. Verbal description will be complemented with touchable materials and music for a multisensory experience.
Admission to the museum is included for all Art Beyond Sight tour participants and their guests with advance registration. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kelsey Donahue at 206.654.3133.
Image: IF I RULED THE WORLD, 2018, Jeffrey Gibson, Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians/Cherokee, b. 1972, repurposed punching bag, acrylic felt, glass beads, metal jingles, artificial sinew, and nylon fringe, 79 x 15 x 15 in., Seattle Art Museum, Modern Art Acquisition Fund; by exchange Eugene Fuller Memorial Collection; American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Childe Hassam Fund; Sidney and Anne Gerber; Jan and Gardner Cowles; David Hoberman; Gordon Woodside; Ed Rossbach; Pat Klein and Stephen Wirtz Gallery; Gary Wiggs; Jerome D. Whalen; Karin Webster; Virginia Zabriskie; Dinah James and the Diane Gilson Gallery; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Weyerhaeuser Davis; Norman and Amelia Davis Collection; Mrs. Will Otto Bell; Puget Sound Group of Northwest Painters Award in memory of Eustace P. Ziegler, 1969, 2018.17, © Jeffrey Gibson, photo: Peter Mauney.